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Whitaker,

Robert, English surgeon, 1939–.
Whitaker test - a pressure-perfusion test in the upper urinary tract to demonstrate impediment of flow.
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In his last fight Robert Whitaker was able to stuff most of Jacare's takedown attempts and put some serious damage on him before winning by TKO in the second round.
Knocking international riders Billy Twomey and Robert Whitaker into the runners-up spots, Annabel, from Crook, delivered a foot-perfect performance round the 1.
Robert Whitaker, the three-times British showjumping champion, signed up as a customer.
With permission of Robert Whitaker, the head of Kirklees parks and gardens, several woodland paths have been created.
Hirsch, Nicholas Eberstadt, and Dennis Prager, as well as Daniel Dreisbach, Gerald Graff, Richard Arum, Robert Whitaker, David T.
British Olympic medallists John Whitaker, Michael Whitaker and Peter Charles will lead a star-studded entry alongside Laura Renwick, Guy Williams, William Funnell, Robert Whitaker and William Whitaker, in addition to 2015 Bolesworth International grand prix champion Yazmin Pinchen.
The other two defendants in the case were Carl Pycock, 35, of Somerton Road, Newport, who got two years jail and Robert Whitaker, 37, of The Bungalows, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, who was also sentenced to two years.
The exhibit contains about 30 photographs of the fab four, in their formative years, taken by Curt Gunther and Robert Whitaker.
Also try to keep a routine - According to Robert Whitaker, a professor of pediatrics and public health at CORE, household routines can help cut the risk of childhood obesity.
The cover was shot in 1966 by the band's then official photographer Robert Whitaker featuring the band in white coats and draped with fresh meat and dismembered toy dolls.
ON THE LAPS OF THE GODS The Red Summer of 1919 and the Struggle for Justice That Remade a Nation | Robert Whitaker (2008): On the evening of September 30, 1919, a riot erupted in rural Elaine, Arkansas, after white planters tried to disperse a group of black sharecroppers who had assembled to start a union.
Glazer offered the first part of his rebuttal to the Ashcraft-Anthony "Tools for Transformationv interviews with Robert Whitaker, which appeared in two parts in the July/August and September issues.